PRECATORY


WORD OF THE DAY
Precatory PREH-kə-tor-eePart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Latin, mid-17th century
WORD OF THE DAY
Precatory PREH-kə-tor-eePart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Latin, mid-17th century
1Relating to or expressing a wish or request.
 
Examples of Precatory in a sentence “Her letter had a precatory tone as she asked for money for the foundation.” “A marriage proposal is one of most commonly precatory experiences in life.”